I feel like I am pestering everyone because I ask so many questions, but here's another..... I recently purchased a 6" Phase II rotary table - I want to make a round base from a square piece of 1/2' plate - (I want to make the cylindrical portion of a ball turner - How do you mount this plate when it is bigger than the table. I drilled a thru hole and was going to put a bolt with a washer in the pre-drilled hole, going down the center of the table with a nut and washer on the underside - I don't have enough clearance under the rotary table to secure anything - the "hole" in the table runs from the top plate to the base - no room for a nut or anything - thought about turning a piece the inside diameter of the hole in the rotary table but it passes right thru the hole without anything to grab. I other words, i have a plate that hangs over the side of the rotary table - I wanted to cut a portion of this plate round with an end mill but don't know how to secure it without using t-nuts which in my opinion, would be hit by the end mill. I can't afford a chuck and don't have another plate to drill holes in it so I can use the t-nuts.